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The Wolverine, 1913-08-09

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T H Ed W 0 L V E SR I N E

TRY TRUIBEY'S ICE CREAM
Also Martha Washington and
Cranes Candies
116 S. Main St. Phone 166
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR
Regular Fall Term
Sept. 29 Feb. 7
AlBranchs oMusic
For Catalogue or Inormaion, call at ofice,
or address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Capita, $.too.oa Stt11s,Sytt.st~o
Undiided Pofit, $onooo
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Sfe BakingandfCortoat i ittof or
Custtt ' inst W tho rd.
3 per ceel lnterslin or Svings Depareot
IGens' Furnishings1
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S Utveraly Ave. J
BOO KS
LAW AND MEDICAL
NEW AND) SECONDHUAND
Complete Line
Text Books
Text Laboratory ooks
Reerence Books
Dictionaries
Compends, etc.
CASH OR EXCHANE FOR
YOUR OLD BOOKS
LARGESTr STOCK IN MICHIGAN
C. E. Bartliell
326 S. State S'reel Tel. 761 L
"The Arcadia"
OPEN
During Summer Session
Regular Prices $350-5400
BRENNAN-MORROW, 612 E. Libry, Phon 14
The Tobacco Shop & Billiard Hall
The Place o Summer School
Students
118- 120 E. Liberty Street
IG.H. WILD CO.I

311 5. State St.
Carry the Largest Line of Wool-
ens in ihe city. Satisfaction
guaranteed. We cater to those
who want the best.
SUMMER STYLES
A SPECIALTY
Established 1888.
All work made in this city.
sO ii: wiio co
311 5. StateSt.

T H E W OL VE R IN Ecote these'ideals to thte sen he work-
. ith.tAndtictihigan is to Ine furth-
The official newspaper of the sume- erct~nl.t ttattetl oIhavinge secureti in
mrer session of thte University of Mich- (Csrl titdren. a sac cessor wits prom-
igan, publisihed by the students, Tutes- ices to be able ts earry on tihe worb
day, Thurotday andtiSaturdasy after-. tihicctkheey too started itn the oame
non.sp~ait itin wthichItit wast begun.
Address-'rho Wolverine, Preso Bldg.,_________________
Miaynardl St., Attt Arbor, Mich.
OfficelIlours-1 :010 to 2:30 p. nt., daily. C'ALEiNDAR
Subscription Rates-Bly carrier, seven- 'sttignst I1_,800)a.to.---Thte Garden
ty-five cets for thte snuntier: intailed City .'" Prttfessor L. H. B~oyntos.
to atty address for ont dollar. Ecifoonies leetitre room.
Advertising ttates --Furnishted aeon 5:0)0 p. tt.--"trowoise's Rabbi Ben
applicationa to the busittess mtattager. 1+e' a." Ili. Si .tGintgericht. West
1,500 stodentts; 22,000 townspleople. lect tire roottitf lte physical latbor-
s itory
Lours P. Statler---31anaging Editor. Au\ttgt 12, 5:0011 i. tt.-"P'rimitive Man
Photne-10t6. fitt Micigiatt." teatt \V. B. Hinsdale.
I WilliamlltA. han tisiaess 1)tolsage. 'West lectutre rottta tf the phsysical
8:001 p. ta.-Cotcert. By te Factulty
NEWS SJTAFF. of ttte itaiversity School of Mtusic.
C3ollon Da ves- ews Editor. IHiight Sctitol atuditorittm.
V.Y. tKhtitttin Hr I-st ti Nt'Etitor. \ttt tst 13, 5:010 p. to.--"Reenst Devel-
Iteo tirlrhmeiltI'rtttt'ies. ttpint'tts its City Atdtinistratioti,
Sn ortaeEditors. "rotti,tegal Sttitdpoit.t" 'cofes
Gorge M C.ts. Earl t'rosstoant. 1 orNeN".G. Stotier,. West lectire
Guiy OWelts. rotttt of the pahysilab tioratory.
Rep1orter's. .ttAuit 14, 5:00 )p. nt.-''Sonic English
JohnaItit.Oblet. Charles tC. Webber. I tGardlens." Illutstratedi lectture by
'Waler W. Ratsont. 'J. J. Reigttartd. 't'itfessor Autbrey 'Teatli. West ler-
F'. J. l-ofttaeisier. Ret'ibtn 'eetesot. tttt'e roott of the phiysical laboratory.'
t'. It.IHughes. Iiots'trtlX, De.'rtee. 'Attttst 15, 8: 201 I. it. itereltiota at
Mt. MattcksRyan lest .1. AWy'iiksl'i iboti'itttgytmtnasti. Sttusentts awi
S. Ns. itobinont. itpres enttteir treasttrt'r's receipttttat.
_tts' toor. ihssrtt tickets tot' tteia-
tlttinetss Sltff. titrs ot their tftatiitesmttty'be tin-
t tonry S. l'arsons.,tot lst.Bs. lManiager. tctrtd at the'offite ittftte tumnter'
Fred W0. Mlarble. Lottiesiabie. atOe ttitt lo Uiversity'hl.
Subecripionts tnd ails taiketn atl
tQtarry's, Cushittg's, atttiStttutth Ui-. 'ltOFl' Il.SttY JLECT"RED ON
'arsity Pharmiacy. lii 512IN StIU1,l 111 Al'1)1 It
I sct. titlitor-txaay wells 'taall lttsttrOti ted l'itortraits of Peter
, stllfatlfrom tttto
3° F ('att acolltha.
SA'TURDASY, 'tUGUSIT9, 19132 "Stt.. Peter aSt t. PilttitRontte"
w n~atlit' subjec~ ttfittiillusotrates lei's-
Tf- 1iIASEiIt L.C'tACH'5. ttire ty' lest. F. Ws. Kelstey itttteawest
tttivtersityatle tti's,sotit's otatisddetdlast tt taltt . lay repirotdtitios of0paIintt-
infilutettte ottthe pIt, th itnttttthos- itte: ot St. l'atulmiatiSt. Peter by ir-
eni aisttactes itt any litte. As atilt- tists of tlltaeriodsanditi by'qtaotations
ics hate becomett e antt td toie promt- t trott literature rteiatinag to the saitats
itnsnt, thseyitsave' alsttbecoeteiatier: itrot'. elsey itre setett't twot'sapos-
thte idieail ofamoatter spttrtsmtatnsip ti's in tt tWtatntetr t'hicht definitely
hats be'ettstuppltantinitg thot old idleaotftinaraterizedth ieiti for the avterage
iniing by'ptrotessionial miethtotds. tt.'rsttt.
Biasttall seetis to has' bt's't lt " 'I icert' 'ts oitth1t'list ten yeaire
o1 the shorts to yieil to titaintuentce. ht~ateitrttught ttt lighit,'' he saitd,''ott'
It is tot so very' man~y'i'itrs ago Ithat terotts paintinigs ittnttte catacomtbs
the tyitical bttsetballcochnas a totuit thichtdsottutchato itiforna tht.itoderni
looking' specimnt titht a large litie of tworld of thte chtarttcter and phtysical
cuss tworsandtt a fewte rics of01doitbt- apttttarane of ta" great mtartyrs."
fil chlaratetrilt) his sleevt'. Ittnspseaksittg ofthte bttrning ofIRonte-
lit iigati is s obt' tttteratttateti ottlit thtei'reig~n of Ners,[Prot. Kelsey
avnttehtad itt Brttthricktriey atttntpitettd outthat etviide'nce rerenstly ob-I
wits, itt tidiltio to ItB11eing.irsclass tiitie Iintdicates thatt. st'egreat Romasn
c'oahtats thtorotighly imibttedlwithonfttlatgrtiona i s startecii teithter iay
deatie of totnest ansI cletsanasatetur Ne'to tsr by' the thristiatns wto asere
sp ortsmasholip, andtcotiltd cottanotil- as sttted of it bttt rather by accident

as htas beentahit'etaste inlitost of thtt
great miodern fires.
It tast shottt't thtthle pliac' formtetr-
ly supposetd to itave btt''ntocctupitti iyI
St. Pteter it his ttto yteirs residetice ill
tomae rantnot be troted to htatveliar-
bourthi ie sait, twhilet'httt spot toilt-
'td outtto toturis il~tas'aiingbtsentta-
cutaietdhy St. Peter aire arobabtly thte
exact places.
Call 15 for baggage chocked from
house to destination. tf.
IUNITARIAN CHURCH
State cor. Huron
R. S. LORING, Minister
SUBJECT AUGUST 10, AT 1 0:30
I THE PLACE OF JESUS WITHIN
I EVOLUTION

RECREATION
D~o you play
Golf or
Tenn is?
We carry full lines of Spal-
sliig's atl I Wrighst & Ditsoio's
maake of Athlletic Goods ins
Genoeral. V,,,ery article guoar-
anteed.

how pole we becomt isoweroad all 'w AIIR
saptrnatural. Why not claim religions University Bookstore
hamanity at ito host can do PttttOOtP~ ~TR LC
wIIUSTON BROS.
MCI M PPThe Fnst Billard Room In the State
IVI u~ LCEGFRue and CANDIES.
T H E A T R E " We Try to Treat You Right "
MAIN STREET [
COUSINS & HALL
WedUesdayhAUG.ed TaFLO IeSTree
Wednsda, AG.3 Cr TelepoReIS
LUBIN FEATURE I

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"THE WEAKER MIND"
ADMISSION 10 CTS.?

We Make Old Hats New
All kindst Clea'nediiasit Blockod. -
The Best Shoe Shine Shop
NEXT TO WACNER'S

THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Caitta., i$300,000nll .00.
DeFries Art Store TRasociadGniie r ftzoooo
Trasacs Geerl BanigBusiness
PICTURES AND FRAMING 3 prntttitst paidioScvings Depoiis.
223 SOUTH MAIN STREET C~t.Your Busiines oliiited.
Chs .Itisao7, Ptes, Michart J. Fritz, Cccii'r
___________________W. OttHaritmantic'-Pres.,CarsIt. BraunAsst.
Cat 'rWi.WalA sst.iahSavinstept,
C. He BROCK RED RUBBER SOLES
Two Goad SaddlersPuonAySest
Phone 348 a1e N. Fourth Ave. 1 0. 6, ANORES, 222 S. State Street

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G AR I 5 On Call Day or Night
..Auto and Baggage Livery
Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 300 N. Main St.

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P .

The White Swan Laundry
Corner -'Detroit and Catherine Sis. and 4th Ave.1 Ann Arbor
USES SOFT WATER
W HITE S5WAN
to at cvry 1iattslie ohLatundrit itotksent irotm Ihe White
Reasons Strn atitnttdtyttwtytaaoushould
CALL PHONE 1J65
for ottr asgapo. hotSOT ROTlt'tTEiI h IT EMI[CALS --White,
not yellow str bltie--bttton bois intact bttosdiittot. Spiatl atten-
tion givent to ladies 'lothes. OUR PRICES THlE LOWEST.

"6You can tell
A entleman
by the
Cleanliness of
His Linen"
dilo ttne,tt~a
The City Laundry
THOS. tOWE, Prop. 404-406 DetrottiSlimet
a/ The Gar oyle
ALL COLLEGE
Nail usTraei Order
JOURNAL BUILDING
DETROIT ,MPICH .

SUSAR BOWL
109 5. Main Street
BEST ICE CREAM
SWEETEST CANDY
PROMPT SERVICE
SIJSAR BOWL
109 5. Main Street
Phone 967
DAVIS &OH LINGER
Prompt,
Printers
Deliveries mrade when promised
Phone 432-J
1 09 E. Washington Street

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THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

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